S03/E04 Heiko Lietz, Schwerin:
In the Eastern German city of Schwerin, Heiko Lietz, former GDR civil rights activist and co-founder of the "Neues Forum" party, remembers the peaceful demonstrations for freedom in autumn 1989, where he held important speeches. He also talks about Round Tables, still using them today for integrative social projects. He talks about experiences and special points in his life, disappointments with our actual society, but also about hope and still important wishes.
two more new Episodes for You to watch:
-E05 (Simone Solga, Leipzig) is linked here: https://youtu.be/uymbw8cRhL4
Political comedian Simone Solga shows Jörg Buschka around Leipzig, where she grew up. Both travel back to her world of theatre plays as well as to the places of the first demonstrations for freedom that started the Peaceful Revolution in 1989.
- E02 (Inka Bause, Berlin) here: https://youtu.be/oPGpuGeR4DU
Entertainer Inka Bause shows Jörg the places that marked her carreer, were important in her private life and during her student times in the heart of Berlin. She talks as well about pros and cons of being already popular in those times of a socialistic dictatorship as how the German Reunification had influenced her life and career.
the whole Seasons Synopsis:
After two pioneer digital series-seasons and a feature length film, winning DIE SERIALE critics award 2019 and being screened at RIO Web fest, Western German reporter Jörg Buschka now dicsovers Eastern German cities together with former GDR celebrities, artists and activists. Exploring their stories and places. 30 years after the German Reunification. Presented in both 5 Episodes and a feature length film.
Produced on behalf of the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education).
The famous Corn Dog / Pronto Pup FOOD FEUD goes back more than half a century! The Minnesota State Fair is THE place to put this DOG VS DOG competition to rest - and we're doing it with a taste test AND a robot from Dunwoody College of Technology. While both Corn Dogs and Pronto pups are both juicy sausages encased in golden brown battered perfection on a stick…. don’t be fooled. They are very different! Are you Team Corn Dog or Team Pronto Pup?
“I’ve always said and believed that food creates culture and culture creates food. Many people think that all I do is eat free food and post it for the ‘gram, but In this series I’m going to show you what I see, what I experience, and share the untold stories of the people that shape our culture through food.”
- Golnaz Yamoutpour
An anthology of stories remotely-directed and self-shot during the pandemic, "The Endless Sleepover" peeks into the everyday lives of artists - each episode a diorama of the quotidian - and asks, "How do artists experience parenthood?" 10 episodes feature original music by Eric Mayson and an audio-visual experience harkening family-centered retro PBS programming.
Horses gone missing. Thousands of dollars-worth of stolen lobster. Invasive murder hornets. These are farm crimes, and they exact a real toll on largely rural victims who don’t always get their due. Farm Crime investigates these stories with respectful curiosity, focusing on the people at the centre of the incidents – seeking answers, closure and justice.
At the Freedom Farm Sanctuary in Israel, ‘imperfect’ farm animals find a forever home. This optimistic, sweet, and profoundly moving documentary series follows the unique relationships formed between these adorable animals and those sanctuary volunteers (often with their own ‘imperfections’) who go above and beyond to care for them.
How T.O. Art is a docu-web series about Toronto-based artists and their art, showing the reality of being an artist in Toronto; especially with the impact of COVID-19. This relevant, community-based series comprises four, fifteen-minute episodes hosted by actress and model Naja Stanford, and is co-created by Amanda Ann-Min Wong and Taelor Lewis-Joseph.
A collaboration between The Mermaid Lawyer™ & Legal Fox™ shares a few pop-culture pearls of wisdom w/ viewers. Discover why Disney was sued for an allegedly inappropriate scene in “The Little Mermaid” and hear about the enforceability of that fishy contract Ariel signed with Ursula. Also, learn why the hashtag #notmymermaid was floating through social media.
The first season of OddBowl celebrates BIPOC chefs, food entrepreneurs, and food artists… and Abē dancing the funky-odd-bowl. They toss together ingredients in organic, heartfelt ways while gathering community around their dishes and/or artwork. Their creations are a savory expression of their raíces and journeys to color the landscape in Minnesota with a taste of home.
An all-female-made series exposes real stories of women who chronicle the various experiences that reshaped their approach to passion, sexuality, and relationships - all played by one actress, based on interviews she made with women who wish to remain anonymous.
6 Episods of 5 min. Each episode comprises a different female crew.
An unscripted documentary series following a couple who are just as punk rock and loving as the cats to whom they devote their lives.
In Switzerland, land of peace and neutrality, military service is compulsory. In SECTION, MARCHE! we will dive in the Colombier Infantry Recruit School (Switzerland), meeting a group of soldiers and their officers. An opportunity to discover how these young people, including a woman, survive order and discipline and come face to face with themselves, their limits, their fears and aspirations.
Tiny Garden is for apartment dwellers wanting to transform their homes into a botanic wanderlust.
This lifestyle series features interior architects, edible gardeners and botany designers. Each giving us a peek into their gardening journey and sharing with us their craft.
Dive into a world of therapeutic botany rejuvenation and be inspired to bring nature into your home.
Total Runtime for all episodes
(5 x 10 - 11 minutes run time)
Battleground Germany is a german short-form documentary series about the german battlerap scene: from small "Hip Hop Jams" in the early 90s to big sponsored events, the series captures the rise of german battlerap culture from underground to mainstream.
After a disappointing performance in Chicago, a 50 year old athlete and cancer survivor travels to Orlando to compete amidst an ever expanding global pandemic .
In this series about trying new things and regretting those choices, Competitive Strongman and winner of the 2019 Arnold Classic South Africa, Marshall Zinn, steps out of the gym and into the larger world to take part in offbeat and strange activities. He hates anything unfamiliar and is afraid of just about everything, so of course we capitalize on those fears.
Do You Know is a media blog launched in 2018 by the videographer Leon Spanier and his team. Headquartered in Frankfurt, Do You Know travels around the world in order to find inspiring people and listen to their stories. We believe that every one of us has a story to share and thoughts to be heard by the whole world.
Girl Aspiring is a web series highlighting amazing women who've found fulfillment and success in really cool, and often unconventional jobs.
Andrés tries to approach his grandmother to recover the bond after she loses her memory. They will discover that love and music can transform everything.
Through 7 episodes, the web series tells about Gela, one of the most contradictory cities in Italy, through the stories of as many inhabitants that give an unusual insight into the perception of the city, describing the elements of unease together with the opportunities so far largely unexpressed . Gela is a metaphor for the problems and potential of Sicily and all of Italy.
We are a couple of crazy cat ladies (in the making) hell-bent on living life to the fullest. Every week we try something we've never done before. Crazy food, DIYs, travel, Big Foot Hunt... getting out of our depth is the only constant but you can always count on us to take it to an eleven.
hierdrueben paints a picture of the sense of life of the east German Generation, post divided Germany. The 30-year-olds were born when the Wall came down, know the GDR only from stories but still are stigmatized as Easterners. An identity they don’t want to justify anymore. They grew up in a united Germany without borders where everywhere is ‚here’.
Please join us as Matt Kessen as the esteemed Rev. Matt educates about the vast mythos of Werewolves throughout world history. Rev. Matt will educate and entertain in this series about the intersection of witchcraft, wolves, humans and The Devil. He will be joined by his Junior Scientist Elora Riley who will be actively attempting to become a werewolf.
Trafic tells the journey of a female director seeking to understand the business of sexual exploitation of young women in Montreal, Canada. Using her exclusive access to various actors of the underworld, she interviews pimps, police officers, social workers and victims of sexual exploitation.